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Khia Fan

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  1. It Won't Boot

    Still not working. Any suggestions?
  2. It Won't Boot

    Hey everyone. I just installed the OS using the flag "GraphicEnabler=Yes" and the installation went along just fine. However, now that I want to boot up the system. it won't work. No matter if I go into safemode, it gets stuck at [iOBluetoothHCIController][start] -- completed. When I use GraphicsEnabler=No, it gets past this message and starts. The downside is that it causes my monitor to go to sleep, which makes me believe that this is definitely a graphics problem. My graphics card is a GeForce GTX260. Okay, it just booted (kind of) in safemode after letting it sit for a while. It said Resetting IOCatalogue, and now I'm at a light grey screen w/ a frozen cursor.
  3. Black Screen on Install

    I have a GTX 260 and I had the same problem! Using GraphicsEnabler=Yes made it work for me!
  4. Hey everyone! I got my lion installation working flawlessly, except for one problem. I can't install The Sims 2! It's a Power PC application. I have a seperate partition set up, but I don't know which build I should use, etc. I'm currently using iAtkos L1 for Lion. The reason I want to use Leopard is because Snow Leopard simply gave me nothing but problems when I've installed it in the past, as opposed to Leopard which worked great.
  5. I Get a Kernel Panic When Booting in 32 Bit

    I fixed it! After removing nvidia kexts, I got another kernel panic the same, and plus voodoo hda. I put the nvidia kexts back, and removed VoodooHDA. Boom! No more kernel panics
  6. I Get a Kernel Panic When Booting in 32 Bit

    I just tried it. Same error I really need 32 Bit to work because my internet adapter will only function in 32 bit mode. Here's the images of my kernel panic:
  7. Hello everyone! I tried to search through this lovely forum, but I just can't seem to find the answer to my problem. I'm running Lion 10.7.1, and I tried to boot into 32 bit mode, and I can't. NVEnabler seems to be the problem. I can boot into 64 bit just fine, and I can boot into 32 bit through safe mode just fine. Is there a way to fix this? I don't know where to find the verbose log file, but if you'd like, I can try it again and take a picture. Thanks! From what I remember, all of the NVEnabler info stops at NVenabler probe fails.